Costa Rica calls Fort Lewis College men’s basketball

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Costa Rica calls Fort Lewis College men’s basketball

International trip a chance to bond team, play pros
The Fort Lewis College men’s basketball team is already hard at work thanks to this year’s international trip to Costa Rica that allowed the team to gather in August.
Riley Farris, front, and Brenden Boatwright could be two of the best forwards in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this season, and they are sharpening their skills early this year.
With junior college All-American Logan Hokanson running the point guard position, Fort Lewis College is excited to have more experience at the position going into the 2019-20 season.
The Fort Lewis College men’s basketball team is already hard at work thanks to this year’s international trip to Costa Rica that allowed the team to gather in August.
Levy Miguel is one of nine new players on the Fort Lewis College roster this season and will make the Costa Rica trip with the team this week.
With Brenden Boatwright and the Skyhawks ready to fly to Costa Rica for three games, FLC expects to be ahead of its competition when it returns to full practices in October.
Riley Farris, back from shoulder surgery that ended his season early last year, is back and ready to shake off the rust with three games this month in Costa Rica.
Junior Garbrah, right, and Cesar Molina will help give Fort Lewis College depth at the guard position this season and on the trip to Costa Rica.

Costa Rica calls Fort Lewis College men’s basketball

The Fort Lewis College men’s basketball team is already hard at work thanks to this year’s international trip to Costa Rica that allowed the team to gather in August.
Riley Farris, front, and Brenden Boatwright could be two of the best forwards in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this season, and they are sharpening their skills early this year.
With junior college All-American Logan Hokanson running the point guard position, Fort Lewis College is excited to have more experience at the position going into the 2019-20 season.
The Fort Lewis College men’s basketball team is already hard at work thanks to this year’s international trip to Costa Rica that allowed the team to gather in August.
Levy Miguel is one of nine new players on the Fort Lewis College roster this season and will make the Costa Rica trip with the team this week.
With Brenden Boatwright and the Skyhawks ready to fly to Costa Rica for three games, FLC expects to be ahead of its competition when it returns to full practices in October.
Riley Farris, back from shoulder surgery that ended his season early last year, is back and ready to shake off the rust with three games this month in Costa Rica.
Junior Garbrah, right, and Cesar Molina will help give Fort Lewis College depth at the guard position this season and on the trip to Costa Rica.
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